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The Interlinear Literal Translation of the Greek New Testament with the Authorized Version/Greek-English New Testament Lexicon

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Stephens 1550 Textus Receptus.
George Ricker Berry's edition of "The Interlinear Literal Translation of the Greek New Testament" is virtually identical to Erasmus 1516, Beza 1598 & the actual Textus Receptus: Elzevir 1633. Berry states that "In the main they are one & the same; & [any] of them may be referred to as the Textus Receptus" (p.ii).
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Hardcover, Greek/English, 807 pages
Published 1959 by Zondervan Publishing House (Grand Rapids, MI) (first published 1893)
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Erik Graff
Mar 31, 2008 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: collectors of bible translations & bible students
Recommended to Erik by: Walter Wink
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Reading the original bible, even just the Christian canon, is not possible. The closest thing to an "original" bible is probably the Septuagint of the second century B.C.E., a Greek version of Hebrew texts only referred to by scholars today but of much help to diasporic Jews in Egypt at the time. The early Christians didn't think about establishing a canon--the "Bible" for them were the Hebrew scriptures in various versions and combinations like the Septuagint--until the church was pretty well a ...more
Ron
Not fun reading, but an invaluable aid to the study and understanding of New Testament Greek. Set with both Authorized Version marginal text and literal interlinear text. Helpful appendices.
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